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71 National Food Days To Know About If You Like Free Food News 

71 National Food Days To Know About If You Like Free Food

Unless you’ve been, I don’t know, living under a rock, you’ve probably partaken—or at the very least, heard about—National Tequila Day, National Pizza Day, National Donut Day, or one of the other hundreds of food and drink holidays. Brands and restaurants alike have embraced these (probably made up?) occasions by fulfilling our heart’s greatest desire: cheap eats and free booze. So mark your calendars, people. Here are all the national food days worth celebrating: January January 1: National Bloody Mary Day January 4: National Spaghetti Day January 11: National Milk…

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Amazon Says It Can Detect Fear on Your Face. You Scared? News 

Amazon Says It Can Detect Fear on Your Face. You Scared?

Amazon announced a breakthrough from its AI experts Monday: Their algorithms can now read fear on your face, at a cost of $0.001 per image—or less if you process more than 1 million images. The news sparked interest because Amazon is at the center of a political tussle over the accuracy and regulation of facial recognition. Amazon sells a facial-recognition service, part of a suite of image-analysis features called Rekognition, to customers that include police departments. Another Rekognition service tries to discern the gender of faces in photos. The company…

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Xbox Game Pass Offering Great Deal For Limited Time Only Entertainment 

Xbox Game Pass Offering Great Deal For Limited Time Only

Right now Microsoft is offering a pretty great deal for Xbox Game Pass. More specifically, over on the Microsoft Store, the Xbox makers are currently offering Xbox Game Pass on PC (beta) for $1 a month, which is an 80 percent discount from the usual $5 price point. Meanwhile, you can also pick up three months of the service for $5, which is a 67 percent discount from the usual asking price of $15. That’s unlimited access to over 100 PC games for 30 days for just $1. That’s like…

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Pay For Your Flight and Hotel Bookings in Installments Using This Site News 

Pay For Your Flight and Hotel Bookings in Installments Using This Site

We all probably know that, for the most part, the earlier you book a plane ticket and hotel for your vacation or sister’s wedding the cheaper they’ll be. That said, sometimes you don’t have all the money to buy that expensive plane ticket upfront, making it so you have to wait until closer to your travel dates to make that booking. Depending on how long you have to wait, that plane ticket could be twice as expensive, as could that hotel. While a lot of people might have a credit…

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Tesla relaunches its solar-panel business: You can rent one for $50 per month News 

Tesla relaunches its solar-panel business: You can rent one for $50 per month

PALO ALTO, Calif. – Tesla is trying to spark its solar-panel business by letting consumers rent rooftop systems rather than buy them. Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the offering in a series of tweets Sunday. The company will allow residents of six states to rent solar power systems starting at $50 a month – or $65 a month in California – for a small set-up. Musk says consumers can cancel anytime, although Tesla’s website says there’s a $1,500 charge to remove panels and restore the roof to its previous condition….

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Your Spotify plan might get more expensive Entertainment 

Your Spotify plan might get more expensive

Spotify is planning to test a price increase for family plan subscribers in Scandinavia to see whether it can raise prices in the region and around the world, according to a Thursday report from Bloomberg. The family plan in Sweden currently costs about 149 Swedish krona ($15.45) per month, similar to the pricing in the United States and the rest of Europe. The new pricing will be about a 13% increase. The company is looking to maximize its revenue in markets where it’s already a dominant force in music while…

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Get Your Free Museum Day Tickets Now News 

Get Your Free Museum Day Tickets Now

The Smithsonian’s Free Museum Day is happening this year on September 21, but you can snag your tickets for the day now. If you’re not familiar, Free Museum Day is a day once a year where museums around the country allow visitors to come in for free, as long as they’ve obtained a free ticket prior to their arrival via the Smithsonian’s website. More than 1,300 museums across all 50 states participate in the event. The only catch is that you can only get a ticket to one museum, so…

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Amazon Prime Members Can Get 4 Free PC Games Right Now News 

Amazon Prime Members Can Get 4 Free PC Games Right Now

July was a busy month for Twitch Prime, which is included with any Amazon Prime subscription, as Prime Day 2019 ran for a full 48 hours this year and spawned a huge number of counter-sales in the weeks leading up to it and afterward from retailers trying to compete. Now that August is finally here, the sales are starting to calm down in preparation for fall deals and the holiday season, but in the meantime, Twitch Prime continues to offer regular perks in the form of free monthly games and…

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Social Security: What happens to your benefits when you take them early News 

Social Security: What happens to your benefits when you take them early

Social Security Opens a New Window. can be an important tool for workers looking to maximize their retirement Opens a New Window. savings, when it is considered as a piece of a comprehensive plan. Workers who have paid into the system become eligible to begin taking Social Security benefits at the age of 62, but experts often recommend waiting until “full retirement age” in order to maximize benefits. Full retirement age varies from 65 to 67, depending on your year of birth. As previously reported by FOX Business, one of…

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Black Hat 2019: What We Expect News 

Black Hat 2019: What We Expect

The annual hacking and security conference is upon is again. Experts and researchers from all over the world will present their alarming and encouraging takes on vulnerabilities, exposures, and privacy risks. Here’s what we’re hoping to see. By Neil J. Rubenking and Max Eddy The annual DEF CON hacking conference started as an accident in 1993 and has been going and growing ever since. Black Hat, launched in 1997 by DEF CON founder Jeff Moss (aka Dark Tangent), is its more formal cousin. To paraphrase a welcome speech by Moss…

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